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Decision in Normandy : The Unwritten Story of Montomery and the Allied Campaign

by D'este, Carlo

Condition: very good


London: Collins, 1983. Hardcover. very good. 1st edition. 555 pp. Black cloth with silver title on spine, a fine dust jacket, 8vo, black and white plates in text, end paper maps front and rear. very good A fresh and revolutionary new perspective on the Allied campaign in Normandy in 1944 which the author considers will 'keep historians arguing for a decade'. 1983


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